Cebu Gov. Hilario Davide III has a reasonable message for the police in the region stay nonpartisan.

Cebu Gov. Hilario Davide III has a reasonable message for the police in the region stay nonpartisan., Rani

In an occasion at the Capitol yesterday, Davide has asked the police power to cease from intruding in the crusade exercises of applicants prompting the May 13 decisions. 

"I'd like every one of you to remain unbiased dependably… Do not favor one side with any government official," said Davide amid a granting service for police named as "Tasks Lawmen" held at the Capitol Social Hall yesterday morning. 

Before the program, all the head of police in the Cebu region had a graciousness call with Davide and Vice Governor Agnes Magpale. 

In his discourse, Davide asked the police not to enable possibility to make utilization of their faculty for the applicants' preference. 

"Ayaw mo pagpagamit sa mga politiko. Ayaw mo pag-apil-apil sa kampanya sa politiko," he said. 

Davide likewise advised the cops present to maintain their essential job of keeping the decisions and the battle time frame tranquil and methodical. 

"Simply carry out your responsibility… Take the side of the law dependably and (pursue) guidelines obviously from PD (common executive) Manny Abrugena," said Davide. 

On the sidelines after the occasion, Senior Supt. Manuel Abrugena, chief of the Cebu Police Provincial Office, said the discourse of the senator amid the action was additionally his fundamental message when the police authorities had a cordiality call with the Capitol authorities. 

"Iyan naman po ang ginagawa ng ating kapulisan," he stated, including that this guideline is additionally what the leader of the Police Regional Office has educated them. 

Abrugena said that they have not known about any report or grumbling yet of such nature. 

"Sa ngayon ang ginagawa natin, sa lahat ng battle exercises ng mga legislators, we are securing the government officials crusading as well as the participants and members of the political exercises," he said.

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